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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Long Stanton Economic History

    field north-east of St. Michael 's village street was known at different times as Poswell, Haverill, Stanwell , and Great Moor , presumably the names of furlongs. The south-western part of All Saints parish was in the late 16th century

    Ducklington Local government

    entered the liberty. 70 Repair of highways and watercourses was ordered regularly. Two fieldsmen (sometimes called wardens of the Great Moor ) and a hayward were appointed, and bylaws were issued regulating the commons and common fields; there was an

    Hemingbrough Osgodby

    Old inclosures eventually covered much of the township. In 1819 they included 53 a. in Maw, Little Moor , Great Moor , and Gill Ruddings , and 28 a. in Little and Great Hall parks. 77 The latter were perhaps

    Histon Economic history

    presumably because little could be made in Histon . At the north end of the parish Little Moor and Great Moor occupied the lowest-lying part of Histon . Both moors were rough grazing in the Middle Ages, 39 and the

    Parishes Rousham Rousham , 1721

    Foliot held an unspecified amount of past ure, perhaps in the centre of the parish where Cow Pasture or Great Moor covered c . 41 a. in the early 17th century. 73 From the 16th century or earlier Enslow meadow

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lstrations. 13. Christmas Eve in Custody. By J. Hain Friswell. 14. The Great Eastern: a Harem-scarum Tale of a Great Moor, and a Little Game. By F. C. Burnand. With 8 Illuastrations by Wiltram urunton. 15. The Four-fitteen Express. By Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    lost some cattle from the rinderpest. Two cows and a bullock on another farm of Mr. Otiley, at the Great Moor, have been aiig for two or three days, and Mr. Cliecketts, the veterinary inspector for the division, saw them Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Boad, John Perry (deceased) to Mary Perry; Swan Pool Street, James Weaver to William Brazier.-Wlne an Beerhouses- Stonr Valley, Great Moor StreetJohn Purdy to John Booth; Ale and Porter Stores, Bilaton Street. icohard Iddins to Samuel Cooper ; Wheat Sheaf, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of k'il"'s b / A14vitmdx by ~-S C~-csqy, am! ?S rl tt , 'te~t E A USBY A1ThTIOIJ. ON MONDAY INEX V. A tICST CoMPACT DMA.UFACrUFJN;G rREMSrS, Itnewn as O&CNADA, WOZ~~g- E-Ki TH MIL L LANE, DERI TEND, B1i35G2VHA3Xl Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

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